Thursday, July 23, 2009

SKY WATCH FRIDAY

This is a block from my kitchen and clearly why
we bought the house. Anyone know what that circle is?
I have a simple point and shoot sony cybershot.

16 comments:

blabozar said...

You captured that sunset perfectly. The circle is probably an atmospheric disturbance or a weather balloon.

Sarah said...

this is beautiful... wish I was there!

Louise said...

A block away? I have no questions at all. Gorgeous view!

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Lovely colors

Sally in WA said...

Beautiful picture. Welcome to SWF!

I grew up in Glen Burnie so I love seeing pics from Maryland.

Lew said...

Beautiful colors in your sky! And the water adds so much. Welcome to Sky Watch!

Reader Wil said...

Fabulous photo! The colours are awesome! I don't know what the circle is. I enlarged it but still it's difficult to see. Thanks for your visit.

SquirrelQueen said...

Awesome sky, the colors are beautiful. The reflections on the water are great.
No idea on the circle, probably just something on the lens.
SQ

Babooshka said...

Absolutely stunning colour. Beautiful image.

fourwindsphotojournal said...

Lovely scene, I would be there looking all the time.
That circle could be a bug flying by.

Hilda said...

I can understand why you bought the house. This is gorgeous! Happy SWF!

Small City Scenes said...

Of course we all know why you bought the house. The view is extra gorgeous. MB

James said...

That is really beautiful. I love the view, evening walks would be so pleasant.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Shirl: What great red colors in your water view sky. That is a neat red reflection. You are a lucky one.

I would say the circle is just a reflection on your lens, maybe from a light.

Susan said...

WOW! What a breath-taking photo! The colours beautiful. Mother Nature at her best! You are a very talented photographer! Thank you for sharing the serenity that surrounds your day!

Hugh said...

It's quite clearly a flying saucer in maintenance mode (They flip sideways for oil changes).
Did you shoot this through a window? It looks like a reflection of a coin of some kind.